Member of the parliamentary law calls for the presidency of the parliament to replace Maliki and Abadi other personalities

Member of the parliamentary law calls for the presidency of the parliament to replace Maliki and Abadi other personalities

2019/08/07 14:36

Member of the parliamentary law calls for the presidency of the parliament to replace Maliki and Abadi other personalitiesBaghdad to – special

Member of the Legal Committee, Salim Hamza, on Wednesday (07 August 2019), called on the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi to replace the leader of the coalition of the rule of law Nuri al-Maliki, and the leader of the coalition of victory, Haider al-Abadir, two members of parliament, with other deputies.

Hamza said in an interview to (Baghdad today), “The silence of the presidency of the Council of Representatives on the winning deputies in the recent parliamentary elections, who did not attend the sessions and did not take the oath until the moment, despite the passage of a year since the fourth parliamentary session, comes within the framework of political compliments” , Indicating that “their absence from the sessions of Parliament contrary to the Constitution, and the rules of procedure of the Council.”

He stressed the member of the Legal Committee, “the need to withdraw membership from the backward deputies to attend the meeting, and address the Independent High Electoral Commission to replace them with other deputies.”

He pointed out that “absent from the meetings of the Council has become a bad year followed by many deputies, so it must be a firm position taken by the presidency of the parliament against violators.”

On Monday, April 22, 2019, the deputy of the alliance of Bader al-Ziyadi revealed Monday the reasons for the failure of the leaders of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi, the rule of law, Nouri al-Maliki, and the former interior minister, Qasim al-Araji, to the constitutional right as deputies in parliament. Oath as deputies.

Ziadi said in a press statement followed (Baghdad today), that “there are four winning deputies did not repeat the oath after seven months after the fourth parliamentary session,” expressing surprise at the “position of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, which did not take any position or decision to address this violation “.

The MP for the Alliance said that his bloc “will adopt an amendment to the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives in which determines the periods of time to take the constitutional oath to bypass the node of this legal violation exploited by some heads of parliamentary blocs.”

Al-Ziyadi said that, “the reasons that delayed Abadi in repeating the oath as a deputy in parliament is his ambition to return to the premiership again,” adding, “The head of the coalition of law, Nuri al-Maliki is waiting for the parliament to vote on him as Vice-President of the Republic after the negotiations resolved his coalition.”

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